Sponsored by Near West Side Partners and BID #10, The 2018 Spirit of Wakanda Festival included music, dance performances and local black art for sale.
As August begins, Alice’s Garden in Lindsay Heights is bursting with abundant flowers, produce and herbs.
Starting in downtown Milwaukee, marchers in the Labor Day parade demonstrated pride in their unions as they made their way to the Summerfest grounds, where they were greeted with free entertainment.
City youth who are interested in mountain biking are invited to check out the Milwaukee Mountain Biking Team, which meets twice a week at Riverside University High School.
Milwaukeeans celebrated Juneteenth Day Monday, honoring the day the last slaves were freed after the Civil War.
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee students, faculty and staff gathered Thursday at the Spaights Plaza to protest an executive order signed by President Donald Trump that indefinitely bans Syrian refugees from entering the country, suspends entry of all refugees for 120 days and bans anyone traveling from Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Iran, Somalia, Libya and Yemen from entry for 90 days.
Participants in the Don & Sallie Davis and Fitzsimonds Boys & Girls Clubs showed their art work in an art exhibition called “Day 2 Day,” a journey through the life experiences of Milwaukee youth.
Aurora Family Services distributed Thanksgiving groceries to 3,100 Milwaukee-area families through its Family to Family Thanksgiving program. The program has helped more than 58,000 needy families during the past two decades.
Twenty students graduated from the ACRE program, which is designed to increase minority representation in real estate, property and construction management in Milwaukee.
More than 50,000 flowers in 18 neighborhoods were distributed over two recent weekends as part of the city’s Bloom and Groom program.